Two Top Barclays Execs Exit Amid LIBOR Scandal

Barclays has informed U.S. regulators it has discharged Ritankar Pal as head of U.S. interest-rates trading in New York and derivatives trader Dong Kun Lee, who reported to Pal, amid the scandal involving manipulation of the London interbank offered rate.

  • 05 Sep 2012

Barclays has informed U.S. regulators it has discharged Ritankar Pal as head of U.S. interest-rates trading in New York and derivatives trader Dong Kun Lee, who reported to Pal, amid the scandal involving manipulation of the London interbank offered rate.

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